We are all in this together. This is something that we are hearing a lot lately, even though many of us are isolated (physically and socially distanced) from our families, friends, and co-workers. In times like this, technology can allow us to stay in touch, connected, and informed — and this is more important than ever.

At HCL, we are proud to see the strides our teams, customers, and partners are making to continuously communicate and inform their audiences of the latest developments of COVID-19, and how they can be better prepared.

As the spread continues, state and local governments around the world have seen an increase in demand for information about how the virus is affecting their local communities, and where citizens can go for help.  Employees need powerful communication and communication platforms to make sure they have critical information — especially in industries like healthcare, travel, and transportation — and can stay abreast of the latest processes and procedures to keep themselves (and their customers) safe. Health insurance providers are working to ensure that they can support their employees that are now largely working from home and need secure access to critical business applications, and their members about the latest resources available to them.

All technology and digital experiences matter, especially in this unprecedented time of home confinement and instability. All of us need accurate and up-to-date information and guidance that we can trust — and the platform that delivers it must perform and scale in times of surging requests. We want you to know that HCL is here to help in any way we can. We are committed to being flexible, responsive, and available. And those of us on the Digital Experience team are here, specifically, to help with making sure you have the best when it comes to secure, scalable systems to digitize your business processes for your employees, partners and customers, and to always keep the lines of communications open. If you are a current customer and need help, please let us know.  If you are challenged with being able to deliver critical applications to your employees to keep them safe, and to stay productive, we are here to help.

Please reach out to your HCL representative to see how we can help. #WeAreAllinThisTogether

 

 

 

 

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Digital Solutions  /  June 23, 2020
HCL Digital Experience. Now Easier. Faster. Cloud Native.
By: Brian Chaput, Associate Vice President, Offering Management, HCL Digital Experience Software
We are thrilled to unveil our latest innovations and updates to HCL Digital Experience!  While we are constantly updating this platform through a rolling wave of iterations and releases, this latest version is a game-changer. It helps you reimagine how you create and manage content, and lets your organization deploy up to ten times faster, offering the broadest cloud-native support in market. You can deliver business-critical content, applications, and digital experiences to your audiences faster and easier than ever before. Now business critical meets cloud native. Expanded cloud-native platform support  We now offer the broadest cloud-computing platform support for a digital experience solution in the market. This allows you to install and update in minutes — with the security and robustness of an on-prem solution, but the flexibility, cost-effectiveness and speed of cloud. Support has been added for Microsoft Azure and Amazon EKS, adding to existing support for RedHat Open Shift. Customers now have the flexibility to deploy where, when, and how it makes sense for the business. This, combined with the existing Docker and Kubernetes support, means deployment and installation is up to 10 times faster than before. Create content in half the time  Being able to deliver content for digital experiences quickly to your audiences changes how you do business. Dramatically improved content-creation tools — a completely new Content Composer — means business users can now model and create new content in half the time with a modern, intuitive drag-and-drop interface. Hot DAM! A new cloud-native Digital Asset Manager included — free  A new cloud-native digital asset management system (DAM) lets you add and organize media quickly and seamlessly. You can now manage your content and media from creation to execution with ease. And, unlike some other digital experience platforms in the market, this DAM is included for FREE.   We are excited to be on this journey with you. Come join us for the global unveiling and exclusive launch of Digital Experience 9.5.   
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Reimagine the Way You Create and Manage Content 
By: Kirsten Kelley, GM of Marketing for HCL Digital Experience
Easily create rich content in half the time with our totally redesigned interface and new digital asset management capabilities.    Look at This! A Completely Redesigned User Interface    The way we consume content has changed and our content creation tools need to adapt to the fast pace and higher standards consumers expect. At HCL, we not only value your feedback, but we act on it.  We have taken thousands of hours of real customer feedback and purpose-built a new and intuitive way for our HCL Digital Experience customers to create and manage their content for their business critical digital experiences - and we just unveiled these new capabilities to market! The totally redesigned Content Composer enables teams to create content in half the time and boosts productivity on our platform by up to 60%. We took the most commonly used elements of the content creation process and streamlined the workflow.  Now, something that took ten minutes and six clicks takes one minute and two clicks — giving you more time to focus on the business and what directly impacts your customer experiences.     The redesigned Content Composer also comes with new drag-and-drop capabilities that let you quickly and intuitively build and organize content, without having to worry about breaking file paths or ruining a perfectly designed web page.     HOT DAM!  New Digital Asset Management Capabilities Included — Free    We’ve also added a brand-new way for you to manage your digital experience assets like images, videos, audio files and more. This new cloud-native Digital Asset Management tool will make hunting for lost or disorganized media and files a thing of the past.  You can set metadata and tags for assets, create different renditions for use in different digital properties, and organize digital assets in collections.  All of this...
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COVID-19 and Changing Business/Customer Interaction
By: Tom Parette, Global Director, Solution Architecture
Banking, Financial Services & Insurance
COVID-19 will have long term if not permanent impact on how society will interact with all aspects of our lives including how we work, shop, dine and manage our finances. Companies must react and put the right measures in place to respond to this event and potentially future events as well as accommodate changes in consumer behavior which have already taken place.  In some respects, society is fortunate this happened in 2020 and not in 2000 because technology is in place to perform many activities that we could not do 20 years ago.  Our ability to work from home using video conference technology, home delivery of food with DoorDash and Uber Eats, banking on-line including such functions as the ability to deposit checks with just the click of a phone, shopping on-line often with next-day delivery, having virtual doctor visits and the migration of many retailers to digital storefronts make this much less impactful as it otherwise could have  been.  Even with all the progress we have made, there are many businesses which have still not fully moved to a digital interaction with their customers and many of them are significantly impacted by the events taking place.  These high-touch areas of our economy must evolve their business models to provide equal to if not better levels of service through a digital interaction model compared to their current high-touch engagement models.  This will not only be a necessity against future impacts but will simply become part of doing business with a society which will forever change the way they do business. As I have spent the majority of my career in banking technology, one obvious area of improvement is how we pay for things.  As children we were all told cash is dirty.   Guess what, that not only has been imprinted in our minds, but come to find...
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